Welcome to new members from Oysterhaven and Bangor, NI

First this week is Courtyard Cafe & Bakery in Oysterhaven, Co Cork.

They are part of Walton Court, a mix of self catering accommodation and apartments and, apart from bread, they sell organically grown produce there.

From them: We use organic flour and natural ingredients to make bread for our courtyard cafe, for sale to the public and for our guests.

Website here: http://waltoncourt.com

Facebook here

The Frothy Whisk in Bangor, Co Down

Self proclaimed Bangor Bread Peddlers its lovely to have another NI based member especially as we will be having our 7th member gathering in Ursa Minor Bakehouse in November 🙂

From them: Local Bakery specialising in a range of real bread and sweet treats focusing on quality flavour!

They sell online and also to a number of restaurants around them. More on their Facebook page.

Their Facebook page here.

Twitter here.

Welcome to you both and looking forward to meeting up at some stage 😉







Say hello to Ken McNaull, GoYeast, Donaghadee, Co Down

Ken is a micro-baker (by which we mean he bakes in the E.H.A certified kitchen in his home) and he sells at farmers markets local to him in Donaghadee, Co Down.

He bakes both traditional breads using bakers yeast and sourdough breads using wild yeasts. His full range includes French white sourdough, Fennel,coriander,raisin and orange zest sourdough, Rye with seeds and spices and Sweet potato sourdough.

Great to have you join us Ken and looking forward to others from NI soon.

His website is here and his Facebook page here.